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CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 7:00pm EDT
late in the day the dow well 101 points. media jumped all over romney's remark. you hear very little when his opponent makes the gaff. is obama giving him a free ride? ann coulter is going to weigh in. the candidates are laying out their vision of the economy and the world. >> good evening. >> good evening, larry, foreign policy took front stage in the national campaign today as both candidates were in new york today making their arguments around the world starting with president obama addressing the general assembly today. >> there are no words that excuse the killing of innocence. there is no video that justifies an attack on an embassy. there is no slander that provides an excuse for people to burn a restaurant or cause death and destruction in pakistan. >> meanwhile, mitt romney was over at the clinton initiative where he talked about how he would handle foreign policy. he said he would handle the way the united states handles foreign aid. >> a temporary aid package can give the economy a boost and employ people for a time but it can't sustain a economy for a long-term. it can't
CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
on whether americans think obama or romney have the better plans for the economy and check out the full survey results, make sure you go to cnbc.com to get all the information on this survey. simon? >> interesting, steve, thank you very much. >>> let's get a market flash with seema mody. >> finally look at ashland, a specialty chemical firm moving lower in today's trade after the posting a 9.7% sequential drop in august sales for its specialty ingredient he is segment, the biggest contributory overall sales. european seasonality cited as one of the reasons for the drop. look at shares down 6%. back to you, simon. >> thank you very much. >>> the traffic is especially bad in no, this week because of the united nations general assembly but bad enough to cause this? we will show you what happened next on "power lunch." >>> plus, she's commonly referred to around cnbc as chair bair. now, she rk, shelia bair is sof on her chair at the fdic. quotes like this are taking people by surprise. "tim geithner had been the bail out irin chief during the trait crisis. as president of the new york fed,
CNBC
Sep 25, 2012 12:00pm EDT
in mobile and online. mike, how long before the democrats blame romney, even bush for that? >> wasn't their doing. back to staples. i think this news was out already and when it was announced earlier, the stock had a positive reaction, trading higher premarket. i've been long the name in the past but seems like staples is desperate, trying to speed something up and i wouldn't want to try to catch this stock down here. >> the s&p health care sector, all-him tie, sixth consecutive session. time to get in here? >> we're long. we're staying in there. this is the secular bull market trends. think about the demographics involved here, from the u.s. to japan. you're talking about a generation that's going to spend the next 20 years essentially trying to live forever and replacing every body part they have. >> i was just thinking that. knee replacements -- >> all of it. you get in this sector, you could buy the etf xlv, long. j & j, medtronic, insurance companies, everything is in here. >> the mother of all bull moves for the health care sector. home builders still a big move. kb home, paul
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